Caiola's

★★★★★
  • 58 Pine St

    Portland, ME 04102

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  • 207-772-1110

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Mon., Sun. CLOSED;Tue. - Thu. 5:30pm - 9:30pm;Fri. - Sat. 5:30pm - 10pm

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The best food I have had in Portland. Hands down. I made reservations on a Friday night and my table was ready promptly. I actually didn't have a terrific first impression, as it was later in the evening and it was quite loud (it's a very

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The best food I have had in Portland. Hands down. I made reservations on a Friday night and my table was ready promptly. I actually didn't have a terrific first impression, as it was later in the evening and it was quite loud (it's a very

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The best brunch I have ever had - hands down. Creative morning drink menu - plus they can make anything you can think of - I stuck with a mimosa. Make sure you ask to hear what the specials are, as that is how I created my meal. I enjoyed an omelet with egg, carmelized onions, hangar steak, goat cheese, and sundried tomatoes. Absolutely amazing.

One drawback I feel was the fact that the seafood of Maine was not incorporated into the menu save for some fish tacos. I appreciate places that add the lobster or crab into eggs benedict when on the seashore. Homefries were seasoned perfectly and accompanied by fresh baked toast.

A great way to cap off the breakfast - especially if you want to continue the night if you like what you who you woke up to in the morning!

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The best brunch I have ever had - hands down. Creative morning drink menu - plus they can make anything you can think of - I stuck with a mimosa. Make sure you ask to hear what the specials are, as that is how I created my meal. I enjoyed an omelet with egg, carmelized onions, hangar steak, goat cheese, and sundried tomatoes. Absolutely amazing.

One drawback I feel was the fact that the seafood of Maine was not incorporated into the menu save for some fish tacos. I appreciate places that add the lobster or crab into eggs benedict when on the seashore. Homefries were seasoned perfectly and accompanied by fresh baked toast.

A great way to cap off the breakfast - especially if you want to continue the night if you like what you who you woke up to in the morning!

Pros: full bar... in the morning! high quality food

Cons: limited menu - however they are very accomodating

 

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